International miner Vale has opened an artificial intelligence (AI) centre in the Brazilian...
RPA adoption strong among US medium-sized businesses, survey says
Robotic process automation (RPA) continues to see robust adoption among medium-sized businesses in the US, according to a survey by RPA provider Softomotive.
Vale opens artificial intelligence centre in Brazil
International miner Vale has opened an artificial intelligence (AI) centre in the Brazilian state of Espírito Santo, which aims to develop AI systems capable of managing a number of logistical operations within the company.
Micromine to launch AI solution to improve mining efficiency
Mining software firm Micromine is set to launch new underground mining precision software that improves loading and haulage processes as part of its fleet management and mine control solution Pitram.
IBM & MineHub blockchain platform to track minerals in supply chain
IT giant IBM and tech firm MineHub Technologies have partnered to use blockchain technology to track high-value minerals across the supply chain.
A downward-looking telescope: the future of mineral exploration?
The Australian Academy of Science has proposed what it calls a ‘downward-looking telescope’, a database featuring a range of geological data that could enable miners to predict changes in the Earth’s mineral composition, and direct new exploration projects.
SmithCo Side Dump Trailers for Mining, Quarries and Off-Road Use
SmithCo MINE Series trailers are designed for the mining, quarry and off-road sectors. Because of the wide variations of density of product it is difficult to show a 'standard' specification sheet.
Crushing comminution: decarbonising mining’s biggest energy user
Crush It! is a new challenge launched to encourage Canadian innovators to develop new, clean technologies for crushing mined rock, a process that uses a huge amount of energy. The competition hopes to drive the next big innovation breakthrough, crushing emissions along the way, as the project leaders explain.
MinEx: the hunt for tech to turn around mineral discovery
The new A$218m MinEx Cooperative Research Centre has been launched in Australia to boost the country’s declining mineral discovery rates. With most of the low-hanging fruit already extracted, its ambition is to develop next-generation drilling for faster, more efficient exploration.
High-Quality Support Services for Mining Equipment
High value has always been placed on service at Hazemag. As a producer of machines and equipment, we are renowned for particularly long-life, robust machines in all areas of the natural stone industry right up to recycling.
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